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VIIBRE - Stacy D. Sherrod
Stacy received her B.S. in Chemistry from Sam Houston State University in 2003 and completed her Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from Texas A&M University in 2008 under the direction of Professor David H. Russell. Her graduate projects included the development of a spatially dynamic optical system for imaging mass spectrometry studies, numerous sample preparation strategies and methodology projects for imaging mass spectrometry studies and mass spectrometry instrumentation. Her final dissertation project focused on the development of advanced optics and high resolution instrumentation for mass spectrometry proteomics.
From 2009 – 2012, Stacy was a Postodoctoral Research Fellow with Prof. Daniel C. Liebler at Vanderbilt University Medical Center where she developed a label-free quantitative method for quantifying protein modifications using pseudo-selected reaction monitoring. In 2012, Stacy was appointed as the EMD Millipore Research Associate in Automated Systems Biology at VIIBRE, where she is currently using mass spectrometry to study systems biology.